by Megan Jones Living in the city makes you smarter – if you’re a bird that is. According to research by Jean-Nicolas Audet, a doctoral student in the Department of Biology, urban birds are bolder, healthier and more intelligent than their rural counterparts. Audet and his colleagues, University of Sydney postdoctoral fellow Simon Ducatez and [...]
Children with conditions such as cerebral palsy and autism have an important new ally in CHILD-BRIGHT.
VarageSale’s Tami Zuckerman, BEd’02, credits much of the popularity of her virtual garage sale app to the way it helps nurture a sense of community.
by Kate Sheridan BA&Sc’14 About 35 people will walk into a $3.5-million investment management operation and begin to work as analysts this summer. But they won’t be recent grads – well, not alums of finance programs. In fact, they’ll just be beginning their degrees in finance at the Desautels Faculty of Management. These students will [...]
When Cindy Blackstock, MMgmt’03, took on the federal government, the government didn’t always fight fair. She prevailed and her victory could be a game-changer for aboriginal children.
The computer program AlphaGo‘s recent win over top Go player Lee Sedol made international headlines. Meet the two McGill grads who helped AlphaGo make history.
Sportlogiq, a company co-founded by two McGill graduates, keeps careful track of the more than 3,000 events that take place during a hockey game. So far, 10 NHL teams have signed up for their services.
Can a computer’s quantitative analysis shed light on some of the inner workings of literature? That’s the mission for McGill professor Andrew Piper and .txtLAB.
With his award-winning micro-apartments, Eric Bunge, BSc(Arch)’89, BArch’91, might radically change the way that people live in New York.
McGill’s Women In House program offers female students a unique opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes glimpse at life on Parliament Hill.